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2013-12-07 20:03:17 +0200 answered a question How I can delete empty line after table in Writer?

Here is an unfriendly workaround which may require understanding the simple XML syntax. Open the document with an archive manager and edit the inbound file content.xml. Find the end of your table and delete the subsequent sequence which takes the form <text:p text:style-name="P5"> ... </text:p>.

Be careful for working within the editor with the about of the edit may revert the changes.

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2012-12-07 00:41:54 +0200 commented answer How do I keep cross-references in subdocuments from mixing up in a master document?

I would have tried but subdocuments don't seem to be naturally editable, and even once removing write protection, saving the master document won't save changes to the edited subdocuments.

2012-12-03 00:51:30 +0200 commented question How do I keep cross-references in subdocuments from mixing up in a master document?

If you were to open the embedded contents.xml of a file, you would see that the actual "unique" name of an equation reference is always refTextN where N is the equation number. That's just a recipe for disaster in a master document case, I must have like three different refText1 references!

2012-12-03 00:48:23 +0200 asked a question How do I keep cross-references in subdocuments from mixing up in a master document?

I am working on a master document with multiple subdocuments that use the improvised autotext equation numbering technique. Until now, I had not worried about how Libreoffice managed this cross-references internally.

It turns out that while in each individual subdocument the cross-references to the equations work, in the master document they tend to mix up and more frequently get lost, i.e. show the message "Error: Reference not found" instead of an actual value.

How can I fix this? This is the workspace https://dl.dropbox.com/u/495142/crsal...

Notice how when you first open the files all the references are right, but upon a single global update of the document, the "Error: Reference not found" messages start popping around.

2012-12-01 22:00:42 +0200 commented answer Bullet lists appear in my Table of Contents

Yeah its pretty weird, its actually the second time that happens to me. I managed to bump into the luck of clearing the "Direct formatting" of the elements and then they disappeared from the index. They were showing up as headings in the navigator... who knows how they got there!

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2012-12-01 05:41:36 +0200 asked a question Bullet lists appear in my Table of Contents

Supposedly, the table of contents will include headings up to a certain level, left for the user to select. I have inserted a table of contents in a document and chosen to include headings down to the depth of the third order. However, I have found that updating my table of contents will include entries for a bullet list. I find that very troublesome, and would like to know how can I solve this problem.

2012-10-25 01:23:54 +0200 asked a question Calibri font not rendering correctly

I am experiencing a bad rendering of the Calibri font in some scales while using LibreOffice Writer 3.6.2.2 in Ubuntu 12.10 amd64. At first I thought that the problem was in the system font rendering, but then I saw that in Evince the font was rendered correctly at all scales. Please refer to the image comparison below.

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